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in beijing, to give the people in beijing real-time information about their air quality. that is success moving forward. u.s., andccess or the that is a building block for china that one get them moving forward in leaps and bounds, which is frankly, what needs to be done. so i do remain hopeful. that, in the united states, for every dollar we have invested in the clean air act, tohave recouped four dollars eight dollars in economic benefits. condense -- convince the chinese that our continued relationship is worth that investment, then we will all reap those benefits together. i think i should end there and thank you all for allowing me to be here. let's start the conversation and, again, congratulations to years. 10 i look forward to what you would do. you have been pretty good so far. thank you very much. [applause] welcome. it is fun being administrator, right? if it would bew fun for eight years. that youeat thing was got to start and finish things, which is hard in a shorter tenure. i want to spend a few minutes talking about the jobs probably and then we will go to china and then s
. >> so the system is showing real-time impacts? >> basically within a couple of seconds of the impact it comes into the antenna and we can see live what happens to the players. >> you can plot this out through a practice or on entire season. >> we were one of the first teams to limit exposure and practices. we had data saying we are getting really high exposure and practice. the data allowed us to see that. >> in 2011 virginia tech teamed up with youth leagues to research young players as well. >> i don't think anyone expected the exposure numbers that we found. from the first grade to seven, 78-year-old teams, the average impacts is 150 per season per player, some 80 times the acceleration of gravity. again? >> 10-year-old ryan is a young player virginia tech is studying. he suffered a head injury in a running deal. dr mark rogers, a team physician for the hoekies is giving a follow up exam. >> eight to 10-year-olds are getting a lot of hits, some pretty good g-force. gs. >> it's dangerous. >> it's high. a lot of stuff generates changes. they are not doing a lot of head to head conta
>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> north korea has released a video of a palo alto man admitting to war crimes six decades ago but not everyone is buying it and now the white house is getting involved in the push for his release. good afternoon, i'm frank mallicoat. michelle is on assignment. >>> 85-year-old merrill newman has be detained in north korea now for more than a month. kpix 5's mark kelly is in our newsroom. we're learning that newman apparently in good health. mark. >> reporter: frank, swedish diplomats have been able to visit him giving him medication for his heart. the obama administration is now urging for newman's release citing his advanced age and health conditions. >> i can understand that in u.s. and western countries, there is misleading information and propaganda about pprk. >> reporter: north korean state media released this video over the weekend of detained american tourist 85-year-old merrill newman reading a handwritten apology. pyongyang said newman admits he is guilty of big crimes when he fought for the u.s. in the korean
son. ♪ every kiss begins with kay ♪ >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> good morning. it's 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat. get updated on bay area headlines. no reports of damage after two earthquakes hit gilroy overnight. the first was a magnitude 2.5, then a 3.7 at 2:05 this morning. >>> that oakland teen set on fire on an a.c. transit bus will return to school today. luke "sasha" fleischman returned home from the hospital last week. police say the attack was partially motivated by homophobia. >>> san francisco's muni agency is reminding riders to be on alert over the holidays. robberies and cell phone theft are problems on buses. muni wants people coming to the city to be careful with their belongles. traffic and weather coming up. the hands that drive a subaru... ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: the environment, seniors kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end of this year, the total donated by subaru could reach 35 million dollars. you get a great deal on a new sub
. puttingit is a corpsman a bandage on a wound or a turning kit. that is real-time, gunshot wound happens, we call that roll 1 care. from the usually away activity although sometimes the activity can occur right there as well. that is where i was. what we do there is stabilize a patient, try to get them to a point where we can arrest the bleeding and get them to a roll 3 and that is usually still within the country. it is a larger facility, bastion in our case. s.ey cooperate with the brit these hospitals that are quite visible. roll 4.re is in each of these stages of care, the injured member is getting more and more acuity of care. would be one of the big hospitals back stateside , like bethesda, san diego. >> had you seen combat before this six months? >> in some sense, yes. i spent two years on an aircraft , 2003-2005.ier , that was myon first deployment if you will. after some years in the navy. my last six months on this ship, we were deployed to the persian gulf. we supported operation iraqi freedom during that time. combat, but different kind of combat. on an aircraft carrier, we are l
. a corps man putting a bandage on a wound or tourniquet. that's out in the field, realtime. happens, we call that roll 1 care. is an outpost away from the activity. though sometimes the activity right there as well. what we do there is stablize the them to trying to get the point where we can arrest the bleeding or temporarily stop get them to a d roll 3. and that's still usually within the country. facility.ger bastion in our case, we brits to run, the andahar, the hospitals are quite visible. and in germany, row 4. so each successive stage of care, the member -- the injured member is getting more and more care.f an acuity of and then finally, row 5 would be one of the big hospitals back side. >> like bethet da. go, ke bethesda, and yea sammc. >> have you seen combat before months when you were there? >> in some sense, yes. -- i spent two years on an carrier. >> uss carl benson? >> the first deployment, if you the after some years in navy. my last six months, weer with deployed to the persian gulf and iraqi freedom at that time. so combat but different kind of combat. aircraft carrier
news this morning." >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald mallicoat. and i'm michelle griego. tis 6-- veloping this morn >>> good morning, everyone. it's monday, december 2. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. >>> developing this morning, two earthquakes shook gilroy overnight. the first was magnitude 2.5 at 1:35 a.m. then a stronger quake struck at 2:05. that was magnitude 3.7. both were centered about 4 miles south-southeast of gilroy. we have had no reports of damage or injuries. >>> i'm mark kelly live in san francisco. the holiday shopping season is finally here. and fedex expects this to be its busiest day of the year. >> and crooks are also working overtime on this cyber monday. we have a couple of tips to protect yourself when you do shop online. >>> how about traffic, liz, what's going on? >> it is all about the fog this morning. especially over at the bay bridge toll plaza. lawrence will have more on this but it is impacting the morning commute. in fact, chp issued their own dense fog advisory for the eastern side of the bay bridge.
in realtime. johnberg, wilson, he head as the presidency that president is at liberty to be as big a man he can be. then in office he had some trouble with senate republicans, not unlike this president. and he called them, a little group of willful men. talk about that tension. >> i would say he entered office what was put there. he picked up that ball ran with it. came win a very aggressive, progressive agenda. also really took press relations to a new level by being the first president to hold press conferences rather regularly in fact. he was blessed with democratic congress when he arrived which diminished with each congressional election. such that they were beginning to filibuster in ways that the congress had not filibustered before, became rather regular practice on behalf of the senate in fact. and wilson then stepped in actually he was early phd president, he was professor of history and jurisprudence. even congressional law. basically he introduced the notion of culture after giving that willful speech in that little group of willful men. now days after his second inaugural we in
. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald and i'm frank mallicoat >>> good morning, everyone. it's monday, december 2. i'm michelle griego. >> yeah. cyber monday! i'm frank mallicoat. it's nearly 4:30. let's get you out the door the second day of december. >> yes. the weekend was night a lot of hazy sunshine, but clouds creeping down into california. you can see it moving our way. much colder air headed in our direction. we'll talk about that coming up. >> caltrans's roadwork has been picked up at the bay bridge a little ahead of schedule. we'll be talking more about the fog and how it's impacting your morning commute. a full traffic report in a few minutes. >> on a monday, thank you, liz. >>> new this morning some shaking in the south bay. two earthquakes were felt in the gilroy area overnight. the first was magnitude 2.5 at about 1:35 this morning. then a stronger quake struck at 2:05. it was magnitude 3.7. both were centered four miles south-southeast of gilroy. we have had no reports of damage or injuries. >> w
this -- that's a great point. we have real-time price discovery in our hand with tablets and smartphones and we know that retailers have raised prices up only to mark them down, and there's -- stair -- they're still making a ton of money, and the retail shopping experience has gotten cheapened. so we wonder would we need five t-shirts from anber come by and fitch. and you only need one and then get out thereof door -- get out of the door. >> could doo you get a sense that people who shop, they have their musts shop for list and it's their kids, maybe a very significant other, and then there are the marginal ones. this is a tough time for the marginal ones, the ones you sort of like, the family members you now and then see. its this the kind of holiday you cut them off the list or what happens? >> i hope i'm not -- the marginal consumer back in the day would have gotten maybe two t-shirts towards the end of the vane. right now maybe they get a gift card or get one t-shirt. that gift of the marginal shopper is something that you are going to wait until the very last minute for and hope you get 60
numbers will come up. >> they can monitor healthcare.gov's performance in realtime. but the political fallout will take months or years to really set in. >> peter, thank you. right now, these pictures of a massive pile-up. now we knew a wintry mix would hit the upper east coast. now it has. >>> hollywood in mourning as we learn more details about the car crash that killed "fast & furious" film star paul walker. what may have happened just moments before the vehicle he was riding in burst into flames. stay close. upgrade to the philips norelco sensotouch 3d for the most advanced shaving experience. with gyroflex 3d technology, you can get to those hard to reach places for the ultimate shave wet or dry. guaranteed. visit philips.com/upgrade now to save $30. yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with n fedex one rate, i could ll a box and ship it r one flat rate. so i kn untilt was full. you'd be crazy not to. is tt nana? [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. [ male aavo: thles eventgen fedex one rat"sis back. ive" which means it's ne
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last year? >> well i don't have the retail real-time data but i've got the next best thing, adobe data expecting $2.2 billion in cyber monday sales, up about 15% from last year. their predictions for thanksgiving and black friday seem to have come in as expected. that's probably where we are. lots of doing, obviously. it's still early on the west coast, for instance. >> that's true. how much will we know about -- this idea about cyber monday we know generally e-commerce is stealing share at least expanding the category generally. how important is it whether today is up for example, 13 15, 20%? >> i think it's really important. the part that's most important is how mobile performs. the thing that's been sticking with me all day is the blue nile ceo on "squawk on the street" telling us 60% of traffic that he saw was from mobile. about 25% of revenue from mobile. so, this is gap between the people who are looking, using their mobile devices, and what they're actually buying. that's the sort of space where lots of technology companies, lots of consultcies will
platform for the continuous real-time policy input to drive intelligent priorities and refine the impact. coming in the wake of the iraq task force that was controversial in terms of its performance in the first gulf war actually was asking for a level of collaboration across the agencies unprecedented in the history of intelligence. i think a lot of the credit goes to the policy folks that work with us but that level of cooperation was achieved. the relationships of the policymakers remained strong and i watch this every day. even with a disagreement on important issues ike in 1995 and other issues that came up because people were ready to collaborate. the early investment in collaboration on the part of the policymakers of the clinton administration and the intelligence community paid off in the resolution of minor difficulties before they could become big problems. the btf as i look back on it now and is evident and no other documents are intended to make policymakers options and reduce the uncertainty they faced in making decisions. the btf, i'm proud to say, saw itself as an interva
, in realtime, what now happens to those retailers? how behavior terms do they change what they're doing and degree of markdowns and the landscape, the patterns of those patterns moving forward? >> we are seeing it on the fly today. for example, if you walked into a store to see 40 off and on top of it additional 15% off today only and seeing starting this morning was an addition allayer of promotions that obviously is manager you don't want to see and retailers are acknowledging that tough holiday weekend and responding with more and more promotions. >> laura, you say the high end is still where you want to be but is there a good way to -- i mean, i'm looking at a list of retailers and it's like they were scattered into the winners and losers buckets. how do you screen for who did well over the course of the given weekend? >> sure. i don't think you can necessarily look at how stocks reacting today. we would not want to own the monthly reporters going into thursday. that's gap and l brands but wait for the dust to settle. november was a lot fewer shopping days this year versus last year
that. >> comment about credibility is very important. real-time competitors like , but cnn and fox and msnbc, foxaverage viewer is 67 for . 64 and 65 even for cnn and nbc. taken, i haveell a natural tendency as the demographics suggest. jeff jones watching the major rulings on civil liberties, they are on scotus blog and not on other networks. i think there is something fundamental in the relationship of different generations to digital media that is going to play out here. go displays an interesting role because it is so good and precisely because of the peabody's. we are well aware of these trends. if you were on the msnbc website, you would see the scotus blog provide coverage of the decision. we have a lot of cooperative relationships like that. last year in the health care decision, they put a camera on it. whereis this adaptation it doesn't have to be us or them. the distribution that nbc news because we are not trying. we don't have a pay wall. we are not trying to make money on an eyeball basis. we know that they reach a lot of people. something, to amy's point, people will
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